You can easily regenerate thumbnails with WP-CLI, just type $ wp media regenerate –yes in the command line. The –yes flag answers yes to the confirmation message. WP-CLI documentation
Display posts dates as 2 days ago instead of regular date. Documentation
$the_query = new WP_Query( array(…) ); $posts = $the_query->get_posts();
In WordPress 4.0+ WP_Query argument orderby accepts arrays, so posts can be ordered by multiple keys and orders. In example
Now your data is formatted in array with key as display text and value as custom field content array( ‘Display text’ => ‘Custom field content’, ‘…’ => ‘…’, ‘…’ => ‘…’, ‘…’ => ‘…’, )
Add following code to your functions.php Added variable can be found in i18n object.
$ wp search-replace ‘[shortcode_1]’ ‘[shortcode_2]’ wp_posts –skip-columns=”post_title,post_name” Replaces [shortcode_1] with [shortcode_2] from wp_posts table and skips columns post_title and post_name. Add –dry-run flag if you want to see the results without applying changes.
View demo dev.viklund.fi/wp-rest-api. Full source can be found at Github Below is a WordPress Rest API 2 filter to add sibling information to posts for easing navigation.
$wp_query->post_count contains number of posts being displayed. $wp_query->found_posts contains total number of posts found with current criteria.
$ wp db export Exports your database to databasename.sql file.